UNIABUJA enters a virtual classroom with 5,000 students
According to a report from The Nation, the University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) has implemented virtual classrooms.
The university’s management said that the certificates of 14,307 students who graduated from its programs from 1994 to the present are ready for collection.
Deputy Chancellor Professor Abdul-Rashid Naallah, speaking at the university’s main campus, said the university would never again register accumulated certificates of completion.
Addressing the affected graduates who, for one reason or another, have not been able to obtain their certificates for many years, he urged them to make the sacrifices and come from afar to receive their certificates.
He said: “The university has finished producing and signing certificates. They are ready to be collected. These are the certificates of those who graduated from this university from 1994 to 2019.
“If you have not yet collected the results, come to this university, your certificates are ready. This will never happen again at this university, where people graduate and no certificates are issued. It is a leading university and only the best happens at UNIABUJA. “
VC said the university has developed an efficient and reliable virtual learning system for its students to ensure that the learning and learning process is not disrupted now and in the future.
He said more than 5,000 students are receiving training from additional staff following a strike launched by the Academic Staff Universities Union (ASUU) since March.
He said the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the university to use its internal skills and resources to develop a virtual classroom system.
“We have been conducting pilot studies since April / May and I am pleased to announce that the UNIABUJA virtual classroom system has been running courses taught mainly by our additional instructors, because we know that our esteemed academics are on strike and are constantly interacting with the government federation. … “